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Voters urged: Challenge parties on business ease

A prominent realtor yesterday urged Bahamian voters to challenge general election candidates on how they plan to drag The Bahamas’ ease of doing business “from a third world mentality to a first world mentality”.

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Doctors in COVID testing expansion

Doctors Hospital is aiming to expand its COVID-19 testing sites to southern New Providence after its newly-opened British Colonial Hilton location hit a “3,000 run rate within the first week”.

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BTC’s half-year better via 16% revenue rise

The Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC) enjoyed a 16.3 percent year-over-year increase in 2021 second quarter revenues, it was revealed yesterday, despite losing close to 3,000 prepaid mobile subscribers.

Hospital ‘must beat misperception’ that it’s not affordable

Doctors Hospital “must beat misperceptions” that its healthcare services are too expensive to be accessed by middle and lower income Bahamians, its chief financial officer says.

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Bank ‘hopelessly deficient’ on $600k loan guarantee

Bank of The Bahamas’ “hopelessly deficient case” has left it unable to enforce a guarantee for a near-$600,000 delinquent mortgage owed on a property in south-west New Providence’s Coral Vista subdivision.

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Virgin in return of flights to Heathrow

VIRGIN Atlantic yesterday announced the launch of twice-weekly services from The Bahamas to Heathrow, London, beginning November 20.

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Women's 4x400m relay team don't complete race

THE expectations were not that high for the women’s 4 x 400 metre relay at the 2020 Olympic Games, but it wasn’t anticipated that they would not complete the race on Thursday in Tokyo, Japan.

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Treat internal audit as trusted advisors

Internal auditors should be considered trusted advisors who work along with the board and management to help your company achieve its goals and business objectives.